TAG Softball had a tough weekend. We lost four very tough games.
Bubba led us in hitting with an on base average of .818
Dave 800, Joe .769 and James Beard hit 727.
I will let you know as soon as possible if we are playing any bracket games on Thursday.
Wednesday and Thursday $62 + tax
Friday 92 + tax and fees.
Ellis . Thursday . Friday
Bubba, Rags, James, Dudley Wed, Thur, Fri
Denny Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Walter, Thursday and Friday
Rich, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Dave, Goat, Wednesday Thursday and Friday
Somebody left a pair of black sweat pants in our dugout.
TAG SOFTBALL wins Valley!!!!!
Great weekend against the toughest competition we faced this year. A great performance by everyone.
Robert Rook led the team in hitting, .947 (18 for 19) and was clearly our MVP.
He only made one out all week. Great job at the plate as well as in the field.
Denny Reasner hit .875 (14 for 16).
Walt Farris hit .714, played a great second base and was All tournament.
Rich D’Angelo hit .706, was outstanding at short and was All tournament.
James Beard hit .692 and made some great catches in right field and was All tournament.
Ellis Mayfield made a few unbelievable catches in right center and was All tournament.
Dudley Cook did a great job of pitching, was 7 for 9 in bracket play and was All tournament.
The rest of the team played well for the weekend and contributed to the win.
This is a test of a table.
|Col one||Col two||Col three
TAG Softball played well but lost some very close games.
|Cardiac Kids ||19||10
Dave Foster was All Tournament. He was 17 for 19 for an on base average of .895.
Herbie was All Tournament and was 13 for 16 for an on base average of .813. Welcome back Herbie.
Rags was 13 for 16 for an on base average of .813 with to key home runs.
Walt did a great job at short and also came on in relief pitching. He also was 12 for 15 for an on base average of .800.
Joe Parton was 12 for 16 for an on base average of .750.
We played well at times and other times we didn’t do so well.
The highlight of the tournament was Dowell Bales performance at the plate.
He went 16 for 16 with a crushing hit down the first base line that he beat out for his 16th hit.
Our other standout hitting came from Dave Foster who was 12 for 15, an on base average of .800
and no stranger to being one of our top hitters Robert Rook who was 12 for 16 an on base average of .750.
Rags was the only one to put it over the 325 fence.
It was great to see Herbie back and he hit one on the warning track at the 325 foot fence (I think he is back).
The scores were:
Pill and Pill 9 16
CH Engineering 15 10
Steel Creek 17 28
Hamel 19 7
Jersey Masters 29 15